Artist Index


The Dog Show opens at Articulate project space on Friday 24 May at 6-8m.

The Dog Show will include the work of artists Christine Cornish, Steven Lojewski,  Noelene Lucas, Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Debra Porch, Eugenia Raskopoulos and Wendy Teakel. The artists all have (or have had) dogs as an important part of their families. Christine Cornish and Steven Lojewski have Beagles Miko and Quincy and Tashi the Shih Tzu. Noelene Lucas had George and Bruno who were Dalmations.  Daniel Mudie Cunningham had the Terrier Normie Hot Rocks. Debra Porch has Felix a miniature salt and pepper Poodle. Eugenia Raskopoulos has Atom and Stella and had Astro, all Standard Poodles. Wendy Teakel has Ruby, Lucy and until recently Millie, Tenterfield Terriers. 

These artists come together in an exhibition about dogs that reveals the experience of life with dogs, and explores the relationships these artists have with their dogs. It may be about love and loss, joy and grief, endurance and what endures, top dogs and top people, in fact the gamut of experiences of life, love and dogs. 
Opening: Friday May 24
Dates: 24 May - 16 June
Hours:  Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am till 5pm 


Crit Show (small projects going elsewhere) preview friday 17 May 6-8pm

The Crit Show includes work by Suzanne Bartos, Linden Braye, Sue Callanan, Juliet Fowler Smith,  Francesca Mataraga and Margaret Roberts,

Preview Friday 17 May, 6-8pm
Closing Sunday 19 May 2-4pm 
open Friday - Sunday 11am - 5pm.

The Crit Show is for first drafts of projects being developed for exhibitions planned elsewhere. It is an opportunity to expose their developmental process, giving an audience the opportunity to contribute to their further resolution as well as to see works that are not likely to be shown here in their later form. It is also an opportunity for the artists to see how portable these projects actually are. 



The Situated Line is an exhibition by Boni CairncrossBrogan BuntJo LawMichele Elliot and Ruth Hadlow whose diverse works have in common the expanded use of linearity and drawing.

Artists' talks: Sunday 12 May at 2-4pm